Garmin map navigator owner’s manual
Brand: Garmin, Pages: 94
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Using Find Searching for an Intersection
The Find Intersections feature allows you to search for an intersec-
tion if you have downloaded detailed mapping data. Enter the two street
names and city and the Find Feature will match that data with intersec-
tions in the map database.
To ﬁnd an Intersection:
1. Press and hold the FIND key to display the Find Menu.
2. Highlight the Intersections icon and press
ENTER to display the
“Find Intersections” search page.
3. If your unit has a GPS ﬁx, the “Region” ﬁeld at the top of the
page will be completed with your current region and the
Street 1> ﬁeld will be highlighted. Identifying a city is not nec
essary, as the database has information for the entire region.
With highlighted, follow instructions in step 6 of the previous page. Repeat for .
5. Press ENTER to display the street list. Use the on-screen
keypad to enter enough of the street name to display a match
on the list below. For name streets, like Main or Elm, enter the
core name instead of “E,” “W,” etc., to make the search faster.
6. When done, a list of matches appears below. Select one and
press ENTER to display the Information Page.
Intersection Matches Intersection Info Page
Intersections Search Page
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Searching for a Point of Interest
You can use the Find Point of Interest feature to locate a nearby
restaurant, lodging, landmark, public building, park, etc. However , you
must have downloaded MapSource detailed mapping that supports this
feature; otherwise these options, plus Address and Intersection options,
are not functional.
To ﬁnd a point of interest:
1. Press the FIND button to display the Find Menu.
2. Highlight a desired “Points of Interest” icon and then press
ENTER to display the list of nearest points.
3. Press the
MENU key to choose from search options or choose
“Select Category” to narrow your search.
4. Highlight the desired item from the list and then press
to display the Information Page for that item.
If you are searching for a restaurant that is part of a national chain,
only the nearest restaurant to your location is displayed when you search
using the “Find Nearest” method. If you search using the “By Name”
method, then all of the locations for that chain in the mapping database
will be displayed, with the closest to your current location listed first.
Category List POI Information Page
Find POI Topic List
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About the Main Menu
The Main Menu is the directory for all unit features not in the Main Page sequence. Use the
ROCKER key to highlight a feature name and then press ENTER to display the feature page.
• Tracks - This feature allows you to maintain a record of your movements (track log) with information.
• Routes - Allows you to create a list of points that you wish to navigate to in a speciﬁc order and save
for later use.
• Highway - A useful graphic perspective for navigating a route.
• Setup - Controls the settings for many of the unit operating system features.
• Proximity - Activates an alarm for a deﬁned radius around a speciﬁed waypoint.
• Calendar - An outdoor calendar with data access and waypoint association.
• Alarm Clock - Allows you to use the GPSmap 60 as an Alarm Clock.
• Calculator - A standard or scientiﬁc calculator for measurement conversions, etc.
• Stopwatch - A multi-featured stopwatch.
• Sun & Moon - Sunrise and sunset times, moon phases and sun and moon positions for any given date and time.
• Hunt & Fish - A table of time frames for best hunting and ﬁshing opportunities for any given location and date.
• Games - A series of challenging games, some incorporating GPS navigation.
The Main Menu
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Using a Track Log
The Tracks feature creates an electronic trail on the map page as you
travel about and is referred to as a Track Log. A track log contains infor
mation about points along its path, including time, position and elevation.
Use a Track Log to do the following:
• Record your movements for a given time and place and save it. • Measure the area of any space you encompass with a track.
• Retrace your path in either direction.
To create a Track Log:
1. Press and release the QUIT key until the Main Menu displays.
Then use the
ROCKER key to highlight the Tracks icon.
ENTER to display the Tracks Page. The page contains On
and Off buttons to activate or cancel the Track Log and a Track
Log meter which displays the percentage of track log space used.
3. Beneath the Track Log ﬁeld are four on-screen buttons to “Setup” a track log, “Clear” the track log, “Save” a track log
and activate the “TracBack
®” feature for the current log.
4. To setup a track log, highlight the “Setup” button and press
ENTER to display the Setup page. Check ”Wrap When Full”to
continue recording when full by overwriting the oldest data with
Setup Options Tracks Page with Saved Track Log
Track Log Setup Page
Track Log Options
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Using Tracks5. Highlight the “Record Method” ﬁeld and press ENTER to display
the Distance, Time and Auto options. Because a track is made
of a series of points that deﬁne your path of travel, they can
be placed a speciﬁed “Distance” apart or placed at a “Time”
interval you specify. The “Auto” option allows you choose from
6. Next, set the interval for setting track points. You can choose from distance, time or frequency values.
When completed, press the QUIT key to return to the Track Log Page.
To save a Track Log:
1. With the Tracks Page displayed, highlight the “Save” button and
press ENTER. You will be asked “Do You Want To Save the Entire
Track?”. If you select “Yes,”a “Saving Track” message appears
followed by the Saved Track Page. The new saved track will be a
representation of the entire track log from beginning to end.
2. If you select “No,” a map showing the entire track appears and prompts “Select the beginning point for the saved track.” Use
the ROCKER key to move the Panning Arrow to the point on the
track line that you want to become the beginning of the Saved
Track and press
3. The next prompt asks you, “Select the ending point for the saved track.” Use the Panning Arrow to identify a point on the track
that you want as the End Point and press ENTER. A “Saving
Track” message appears followed by the Saved Track Page.
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Saved Track Page
on Map Select Track Beginning Point Select Track